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Julie's PhD thesis - episode 4 - the LISA Laboratory and synchrotron SOLEIL

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With this fourth meeting with Julie Gordon, doctoral student at the MONARIS laboratory and at the SOLEIL synchrotron, we keep discovering the various places where she is led by her research work on the alteration of painted metal objects.

Instead of studying the samples previously taken from objects kept at the Musée des Arts et Métiers and in the storage facility of this Museum like in episode 3, Julie focuses this time on "model samples" of painted metal. The idea is to accelerate their ageing process, with or without treatment to fight against this ageing.

For these analyzes, we first follow Julie at LISA, the Laboratoire Interuniversitaire des Systèmes Atmosphériques located in Créteil, then at SOLEIL, on the DIFFABS beamline where her thesis co-supervisor, Solenn Réguer, is a scientist.

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Julie's PhD thesis – episode 1 - Musée des Arts et Métiers

Julie's PhD thesis – episode 2 - Musée des Arts et Métiers storage facility

Julie's PhD thesis - episode 3 - the MONARIS Laboratory